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Virginia Tech Survivor in Documentary and Live Event
"Living for 32" follows Colin Goddard, who was shot 4 times during the 2007 massacre.
Chinese Mine Threatens Afghan Buddhas
A filmmaker documents the site and calls for preservation.
Wheat Rust: Documenting the Fight Against a Deadly Pathogen
Traveling the world to interview farmers directly affected.
“Buffalo Must Die”: Making You Think
The inspiration behind Veverka Bros.' challenging documentary short.
Documenting “The Act of Killing”
The film is about "killers who have won, and the sort of society they have built."
Malana: When Globalization Comes Knocking
After 2000 independent years, it took Globalization only a decade to destroy a village.
Show Us Your Boobs! (I Mean Talent)
How are teenagers exploring their sexuality supposed to decipher when is it "OK to show their boobs?"
5 Questions: Mary Morten Directs Us to “Woke Up Black”
"I identify with each person in the film in different ways."
Ten Reasons to Support Passfire on Kickstarter
Everyone loves fireworks!
“Passfire”: Kickstart This
CFR and the Veverka Bros. want to team up with you to Kickstart "Passfire."
“Passfire”: There’s a Whole World of Fireworks Out There
Did you know that fireworks aren't just from China?
“Passfire”: It’s Fireworks for the Next Three Years
Veverka Bros. commits to a new feature documentary about fireworks.
5 Reasons Why Your Smartphone Camera Sucks
Professional filmmakers use professional cameras for a reason.
“Jewish Rebel”: Filmmaker Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon
He has produced controversial documentaries about circumcision and about Palestine.
Ping Pong Doc Serves Up Case Study in Film Funding
Grants are great for social issue documentaries, but for everyone else there's Kickstarter.
Interview with Filmmaker Kathy Huang
Huang makes multi-layered documentaries that require her viewers to think for themselves.
How Yael Hersonski Finished ‘A Film Unfinished’
"...what do you do as a witness? It's a terrible question -- it's a haunting, torturing question. It's our essential question."
Free Screening and Panel: “Fighting for Justice” — Thu., Jan. 14,...
Profiles of two New Yorkers whose contributions helped pave the way toward progress for equal justice for African-Americans.
What If Chernobyl Happened in America? New Documentary-Theater Piece Investigates
An indictment of the dangers of nuclear energy. Let the debate begin.
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